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Five children have died in a house fire in Derby, police said. A sixth child aged 13 has been taken to hospital in Birmingham for specialist treatment. More on this story here
Work is underway to restore a former post office in Hastings to its former glory.
Hastings council issued warnings to improve the condition of the Old Halton Post Office in Priory Road but when these were not complied with legal action was taken.
The building remains semi-derelict.
Cllr Peter Chowney, lead member for regeneration said: "We are very keen to resolve this issue as the property occupies one of the most prominent positions in the town.
"The Old Halton Post Office may have reverted to property of the ‘Crown’ and we are working closely with our legal teams to ascertain the situation and if indeed this is the case to put pressure on the ‘Crown’ to do something useful with the property.
"It has been in this state of disrepair for many years which is frustrating as potential interested purchasers have made enquiries about the site."
HMS Blazer will be visiting Chatham for the first time this weekend.
The P2000 Archer Class Patrol vessel will add to the Royal Navy support of the OCelot 50 celebrations at the Historic Dockyard.
The event will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the launch of HM Submarine Ocelot, the last warship built for the Royal Navy at Chatham Dockyard.
It also martked the end of more than 400 years of shipbuilding at the dockyard for the Royal Navy.
Kent firefighters say they rescued five people in a blaze in Margate last night. They were called out to the fire at a house in Ethelbert Road at 1am.
With an International football tournament just around the corner - the battle off the pitch for the nation's favourite football song - has already begun.
One group from Portsmouth - L and O Music - have already made it big in America with their track 'Now Everybody Stand in Line'.
The single is at number one in a US dance chart and they hope it'll become the country's Euro anthem. Inspired by moves seen on the football pitch - it'll be released here later this month.
The RSPCA is looking for homes for more than 100 chinchillas. They were taken to the centre at Patcham, in Brighton because their owner could no longer manage to look after them all.
Ferrari enthusiast Chris Smart from Southampton could not afford the £15 million car of his dreams - so he painted it on his garage door instead.
Economic growth - the Government's number one priority. That was the message from the Queen's Speech today, as the coalition set out the laws they want to bring in over the next year.
There was plenty more in the speech for people in the South too - and a few things missing. Our political correspondent, Phil Hornby reports.